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- 12/05/18--13:16: _Sexton job ‘anythin...
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- 12/05/18--13:16: _EVERGREEN: Bells of...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Firefighters to thr...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Photo
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Lakers, Comets win ...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Glen Lake places 5t...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Suttons Bay holds o...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Comets use strong d...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _St. Mary runs past ...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Seniors lead Fall D...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Dodson ‘retires’ fr...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Wagner resigns; to ...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _DANIEL OWEN CASE II
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Maple City family m...
- 12/05/18--13:15: _Reader's Forum: Peo...
- 12/05/18--13:16: Soil Erosion Permits
- 12/05/18--13:16: Real estate transfers recorded in county
- 12/05/18--13:16: Construction Code Authority
- 12/05/18--13:16: Provemont craft show on Saturday
- 12/05/18--13:16: Sexton job ‘anything but morbid’ in Leland
- 12/05/18--13:16: Hanukkah celebration begins for local families
- 12/05/18--13:16: EVERGREEN: Bells of Christmas provide scent, sights of the season
- 12/05/18--13:15: Firefighters to throw benefit
- 12/05/18--13:15: Photo
- 12/05/18--13:15: Lakers, Comets win first games
- 12/05/18--13:15: Glen Lake places 5th in tourney
- 12/05/18--13:15: Suttons Bay holds on to beat Kingsley, 67-62
- 12/05/18--13:15: Comets use strong defense to defeat Bulldogs, 58-19
- 12/05/18--13:15: St. Mary runs past North Bay
- 12/05/18--13:15: Seniors lead Fall Dream Team
- 12/05/18--13:15: Dodson ‘retires’ from G-L Fire; DePuy interim
- 12/05/18--13:15: Wagner resigns; to join MDOT
- 12/05/18--13:15: DANIEL OWEN CASE II
- 12/05/18--13:15: Maple City family mourns father, just a month after son
- 12/05/18--13:15: Reader's Forum: People need to talk at Glen Lake
Village of Empire
Glen Aylsworth – (Larry Lelito) Excavation to construct a storage building, septic system and driveway at 11549 S. Leelanau Highway ($218).
Glen Arbor Township
November 26, 2018
John E. Spring and Sita M. Spring, Co-Trustees of the John E. Spring Trust to John E. and Sita M. Spring, Lot 2, Section 31 in Glen Arbor Township.
John E. and Sita M. Spring to themselves, Lot 2, Section 31 in Glen Arbor Township.
David A. and Kathryn J. Taberski to themselves, Section 35 in Cleveland Township.
John E. and Anne M. Avery (Pathway Homes LLC) Construct single family dwelling, one story wood frame, unfinished basement, main floor, covered porches and unfinished attached garage at 10122 E. Palisades Lane ($198,720).
The 7th annual Provemont Arts and Crafts Show is set for Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the VFW in Lake Leelanau.
The show features artwork and handmade crafts from 42 talented artists and two non-profit organizations, offering something for everyone on your Christmas list.
Leland Township sexton Barb Woods thought her new job might be morbid, but she applied anyway.
It’s been anything but, reports the Lake Leelanau resident who just completed her first season.
She’s had to become part sleuth.
“It’s been much more of a challenge that way,” Woods said. “I’m enjoying it.”
For Deb Kuhn and Judy Levin, Hanukkah, the Jewish holiday commemorating the miracle of one night’s worth of oil lasting eight nights, is a celebration of love, warmth, family and food.
Hanukkah began at sunset Sunday and will run through Monday, Dec. 10.
Walking into the workshop that is Bells of Christmas Gift Shop and Farmers Market is a sensory delight.
The first step in the door the scent of fresh evergreens, balsam fire, cedar, waft through the air. The display area has wreaths, garland, centerpieces with candles and kissing balls.
Firefighters from Leland and Leelanau townships are teaming up to raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).
They will be having a fundraising event at Tucker’s in Northport on Friday, Dec. 14 from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m. Everyone is invited. The cost to enter will be a $10 minimum donation, with all proceeds going to MDA.
GLEN LAKE football coach and teacher Jerry Angers smiles while wearing his wig Friday at Glen Lake Community Schools for the “No Shave November” challenge. A total of $265 was raised and donated to the Munson Foundation.
Production from all over the floor.
Four different Lakers scored double digit points, as Glen Lake (1-0) defeated Elk Rapids (0-1), 80-66. The Lakers shot a warm 57 percent from threepoint range on the night.
The lanes were busy at Lucky Jacks.
The Glen Lake Bowling team took to the lanes for its opening tournament Saturday. All of the conference meets will take place each Friday until the end of February in Traverse City.
Each team had a great opportunity to work on free throws in this contest.
In a foul-heavy game, Suttons Bay (1-1, 1-0 NWC) earned its first win of the season, knocking off Kingsley (0-1, 0-1 NWC) at home, 67-62.
Olivia Lowe imposed her will in the first game of the season.
Lowe piled up 33 points, as Leland (1-0) earned its first win of the season, 58-19. The Comets led throughout the match, held the Bulldogs (0-1) to just 10 points in the first half.
Eagles and Norsemen met on the floor in Northport.
St. Mary (1-0) defeated North Bay (0-1) behind a strong game from senior captain Lindsey Fleis, 55-35.
A great fall it was in Leelanau County.
We saw what happened on the pitch and on the volleyball court, but the other fields were full of excitement as well. Both county football teams made it to the postseason, each county team contributed runners to the state meet and the tennis team showed more improvement this year.
The Glen Lake Fire Department is looking for a new fire chief.
John Dodson, chief of the department for the past 12 years, resigned Saturday for “health/personal” reasons, according to Glen Arbor Township Supervisor Peter VanNort.
The Leelanau County Road Commission’s Managing Director for the past three years, Dan Wagner, has resigned to accept a position with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT).
Daniel Owen Case II, 39, of Maple City, unexpectedly went to be with his Creator and son Anthony, on Sunday December 2, 2018.
Daniel was born on October 19, 1979 to Daniel Owen Case and Cathryn (Egeler) Davidson in St. Joseph, MI.
A Maple City family who lost a 20-year-old son in a car accident last month is mourning the loss of another family member this week.
Daniel Case, 39, died at home Sunday, from what’s believed to have been complications after knee surgery — one month to the day after the death of his son, Anthony.
On Thursday, November 29, 2018, at the Maple City Lions Club, 45 Glen Lake School staff met for two hours with about an equal amount of concerned community citizens. The meeting was organized by a diverse group of Union leaders from outside our community, ex-staff members at the school, present members and local business leaders.